The Bellerive Safeguarding team
The Bellerive Safeguarding team is compromised of senior members of staff who take the lead in ensuring the safeguarding policy is adhered to and that all staff are trained in all matters relating to our statutory safeguarding duties.
Mrs Jenni Westwood is the Designated Safeguarding lead.
She is supported in the Safeguarding team by Mr Paul Taylor, Mrs Louisa Allerston and Mr Paul McMenamin
Please see below for the latest Bellerive Safeguarding newsletters:
In today’s ever changing society, there are many factors which can have an impact on our children’s physical and emotional well-being. Below are a range of links which may provide information and advice for parents/carers to help support young people who are dealing with a range of issues:
Some helpful articles can be found by accessing:
The Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oxford has published a guide for parents on coping with their child’s self-harm which is based on their in-depth research with parents.
Further information: Coping with self harm: a guide for parents and carers (PDF)
Extremism and Radicalisation
Educate against hate provides guidance for parents to protect young people from extremism and radicalisation